Exposure to air pollution from cars in early life may increase the risk of autism, a new study suggests.
Children may be more likely to develop autism if their mothers had the flu a prolonged fever during pregnancy, a new study suggests.
A simple test previously used in relation to preterm infants and cerebral palsy may aid in predicting autism.
Women who smoke during pregnancy are more likely to birth a child with Asperger’s disorder or some other form of autism, suggests a new study.
A mother's health during pregnancy might affect her child's chances of having autism or developmental delays, a new study suggests.
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